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S Local and Personal Mention. 8
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Miss Sallie McCord, of Abbeville, is
visiting Mrs. Henry Nichols.
Mr. Dan J. Johnson, of Huntington,
'vas in the city Tuesday.
Mr. J.,Wade Culbertson was a visi
tor in the city Friday.
Mrs. F. W. Sistrunk, of Winnsboro,
is visiting Mrs. John Boyd.
Miss Frances Kennedy 13 visiting
relatives and friends in Fountain in.
Master Albert Nichols, of Hodges, is
visiting Oricin and liston Nichols.
Miss Amelia Todd left last week for
Montreat where .he will spend sv
ei iii weeks.
Miss Edna Bates of Bamberg, W1s
the guest of Miss Charlotte Mcowaln
for sever.ii days ---. week
Mr. Eigbert. Riddle, of Gray Court,
Route 2, was a visitor in the city Sat
M r. Gerald McDaniel of Laurens,
Route Four, was e. monv 'tle visitors
in the city Monday.
Mr. .1. 1. Daldwin from Gray Cot Lt.
Route Fo ir, was anong tho:),- lere onl
buisines.s last "Monday.
Miss Poily and Anna Prentiss of
Greenville are visiting frienLs In the
Dr. John Henry Powe is spending a
short while visiting relatives in Chic
raw, and other points.
'Mrs. Arthutr J. Taylor aim1 eh~dren
have returned home11 after a pleasant
visit to Sedalla.
Mr. F1. W. Carlisle will leave today
for Atlanta where he will spend sev
Mr. Jno. A. Owings, from Barksdale
was a business visitor to tile city Tues
Mr. J. S. Craig, from Tylersville, was
in the city Tuesday transacting busi
Mrs. S. C. lHers, of Sinoaks, is visit
Ing her son, MrI. 0. liers and Mrs
Mrs. Henry Nichols and Master Leoi
have just returned from a visit to Ab
beville and -lodges.
Mr. Albert lellais from the Hickor:
Farm section, was here Tuesday am
reports heavy rains Monday night.
Mr. Geo. W. Cardy, a Tylersvill
fanner, was here in a business wa;
Mr. I Andy C. Tribble, of tle 1olly
Grove section, was among friends i
the city Monday.
Mr. C. 1L Roper left yesterday fo
an outing at Wilmington and Wright
Miss Oly Adams, of Pendleton, is ti
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. .T. Adams, o
West. Main Street.
Mi. and Mrs. J. H-. flallentine, of til
i'larmiony community, were.-visitors i
the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Taylor,
Fountain Inn, Route 1, were shopipill
in the city Friday.
Miss Nena Lochr'idge, of Lynchbur1
Va., arive~'d ini -the city Sundiay at
will he the guest o)f lr.-andl' Mrus.
D) Fergusoni foi'rnio (1t.n0.
Mrs. .(. C. Shell, who undierwen0lt:
- operlation at a S1parltainhurg hlospitI
last w3eek, is repior'ted to be steadi~l
Mr 1. andi~ Mr's. 11rload us- 'l ard aclx
little daiughiter, 1(ather'ine, have go
to SulIlivani'- Is.-landl where' they W
Mi'. J. Port er l'lledge, from1V n(
Warie Shoals, formier'y ma"Mra; 1;ite
t-ullivanl Town'lshiip was In the city
Ms. :. ". A. "nflli van anidN .\aster To
m110ieullivanl oh Tumbtiling Shoals, vi
te (relat11ivesi ini the city Mondaya
.\t r. (. ii. Ielnley, ai Nidden Stati
farmler, was in the city Mondaty witl
lead of 1111e home gr'own Iri'sh Po
ices to sell.
Mr i. amd Mrsv-. C'. 10. P'arker and 11)
daulihter hative reti uned 'to Cookvl
Tenn11., where Mr u. Parker is engal
1 onl governmeni~ilt work.
Mi ss 'lee 1001 uliilivtan i'eturn'ied
I (erday fr'om H-enlder'son, N. C., wh
shte hos been visitinog fr'ieuvls .for'
Niris. Chuas. 11. lIounds( of Clin
spenlt severa'~l (lays ill the0 city
week on h1er wtay home from thie mc
Mr'. \V. M. Myers, a prlom~inlent fa
er' of tihe IEasterin sect ion of the ec
ty, was a business visitor to -the
Mr. Walter Manly has r'eturtned te
:home ini Florence, after spe(ndmell
ei'al days h iere ithl hln parenlta.
and Ml's. M. E. Manly on Lau1
Mr. C. F. Brooks, who has been
sick at thie home of his mnothei' ir
coutia.y, i inmpr'oving rapidly all
expected baik-at his place of bust
in a short time.
' Messrs., Clyde Fowler and
Wells Todd r'eturned Friday frc
stay of several weeks at 11ot Spi
Ark, TIhie trill was a very onjo,
one in ever'y way.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1D. WVest and
Alfred, of Columbia, on their wi
wntlhalla. through the country in
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The numerous friends here of Mr.
Tom Henderson -were surprised at the
news of his marriage in Ware Shoals
Sunday to Mrs. Alta Williams, of ,that c
pace. Mrs. Henderson is a very at
tractive young woman, having been sN
employed in the same store -with Mr.
Henderson at Ware Shoals. They have
been visiting the groom's parents, Mr.
and lrs. J. W. Henderson, since the 11
Misses Willie and Roberta Dorroh t
elitertained at a very enjoyable Rook i
party yesterday afternoon in honor of 9
Misses Lucy Peden and Bsther Dorroh, C
of Gray Court. The games were play- h
ed on thle piazza, where the cooling a
breezes could lend comfort to the sun- I
mer afternoon. A delicious fruit
punch was served in the hallway by V
Misses Emily Meng and E0thel Langs- I
ton. After a number of exciting
games were played, a delicious ice
course with minTs was -served by' Mrs.
T. C. Switzer. The party was a very
pretty one and greatly enjoyed by all
who were present.
The beautiful home of Mir. and
irs. J. 1). Watts was the reene of a
merry party Tulitrsmty evening., whven
they entertained In nonor of Alis
Marguerite Slimpsoni and hei two
guests, Alisses .lary Joneo an(1 (raec
'i'omue. The feature aron il whieh
the evenling's entertainmenit ceItered
was a very original foiua tollin ig
Contest which was provt)king of much
excitement and merimet. Du ing
Ohe eveniig a deliclous fuiit poun1'h
was served oi tle por'ch by Al iS5,es
Maig:aret Dial and .uanita Wilkes, and
later in the evening, iRr'. cieam and.
cake were served by !he sawre two
camr Tuesday, called by to see the fai
ily of Mr. J. G. Sullivan.
Hallie lyers the young daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Boyston Myers, was car
ried back to her home Monday after
haying undergone a successful opera
tion for appedicittis at the Julia Irby
\IMr. I,. 1E. Medloc returnet' his
home near Fountain I11nn Sat urda. ac
coilpanied by his biother, Mr. M. 1.
Medlock, whiose family has alrealy
been there for some time. They are
expected to return inl a f!y days.
Rev. M. L. Lawson has returned from
the hospital in Baltimore, where lie
has undergone treatment. 'The special
ists made a very encouraging report
on his case, but lie will have to return
later for further treatment.
Nir. and Irs. .1. T. Langsto I gave
a ilisl stew on Fiuesday e%*i.ii ng at
Muldrow's lil1 to abolit Aiglt y.onllr'ig
e ouples in honor of Misses Iik:: and
Anile lell Childress, of Laurenu.
Darlington Cor. h'lhe State.
Mr. aid Mrs. I,. G. Roff and son,
William, left Sunday afternoon for
Portand,' L., where they will spenid
a mionthi with Mr. Roff's parents. In
his absence, Mr. W. A. Cuihertson, of
Troy, is tIlling his pace in the comiipo5
.1ng roomi ot T1he A*dveri' ser.
Messrs. Nash and Paul Phil pot art(
-, 1E'ndling t he week attendinig a houue
I'arliy at the hioiie of .\lP. .1. \''rW~i
Nasha in (Clintoni. Tihey will lbe .ioine<
t her'e by thei youngf'J Ponl.' ot M.
\'right N:mh of Spartitm; al o
Mr.' hi. 1). H enry of ('linton.
.ilr. G'..o. iR. ('rid, oe oi 'The .d
ver'tiseri forcee, was e'nlled to his: Iwornl
eounti of the death1 If his rb~er.M
holspital. S;he had1( beenR 'Pit ieal.ly Il
ifor somue timwe of a malady, t he call"
of1 which her phys'leians werie unahi
Oto deterin~Ie. llis many friends syni
pcthize w th hIm in his great he
te ('ure'td ofi hInie.e:.ti'Rn.
was b othi'eed wlth Iindiigetion. "'.l
r'tomneh p~ained mei tilght and day
she wrIte(s. "I wouldh feel loatedoi at
'C- have headache and hel ehing a ft er en
re ing. I also su ffered f romn const ipantio4
v- My dautghter had ied C'hamber'laii
Ta'nblets anid Ith'ey d11( her 54) nuin
goodl that she gave mec a few doses
Oln, t hem and l ishi.eed upo myO~ 11t'rylIt
last themi. Th'ley hel ped mel as niothlh
unf- else has done(.'" For salo- 1by all de~
mnn- lhunters Thake Notico,
city The Ihuniters License law went I
to effect in this county on July 1
>hiis helise licenses can bo procured frc
ev- F. WV. Little. County Game Warde'i
Mr. from the Clerk of Cour't. llunters w
rC3s areo residents of the county wvill be
quired to take out a license costi
very $1.00. Any hunter resIding outsidle
the the county will be required to ta
d is out a license costing $3.00. L.andloi
ness and tenants and thoir chlildrenl "
not be requlired to have licenses whi
John hunting on their own freehols
m a lenseholds. The public Is hereby ni
Ings, ifled that this lawv will b) str'ictly'
ablo forced. For further particulars tap
to F. WV. Little. County Game War<
SOn, of to A. A. Rlichanrdson, Chief U~n
Ly to Warden, Colunmbia, S. C.
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[EA1U WOMAN HILLS ANOTHER
aggle Jiudgens Confesses to Jilling 'I
of Tinle Fuller, but Claims Self De
Tilie Fuller is dead and Maggie
Adgens is behind the bars at the po
unty jail as a result of a hand-to- pIj
Lnd combat in a pathway near Friend iI
kill church, in Sullivan township. last TI
ednesday afternoon. The parties are itd
groes. A rusty razor played a promi- li
Dnt part in the fight. There were no ra
re-witnesses to the diflicuty. Maggle tI
udgens, the survivor, admits killing ri
ic other negro woman but has set up ti
clam of self defense. That ill feel- K
ig had existed between the two ne- a
rocs previoutsly, was the testlimony at, t
le inquest. It appeared that jealousy si
ad arisen between them oil account of o1
tentions which tie former's husband ei
ad be'en paying to-the latter. 0
According to the story told by lag- a
ic lludgeus, she was accosted In the b
ailway by Tinlie Fuller who made an
ttack ipon her, using a razor. In the a
Ight which followed. she succeeded in
t restlng the razor from the deceaselsi
1and and use( it with considerable ef
eet herself. She cut a deep gash on s
inie Fliler's shoulder and another un
blr the neck, severing several large
c0ns. She then (riopped tie razor and
-an, ollowed for a short. distance by
[inie Fuller, who had again picked up t
lie razor. The lattier was uilable to
ontinie far, thoutgh, and droppe(d ill
lie lipatlway welre she was found
hortly alterwards. The razor aind a
ceavy stik werec tollid lear the body. 1
In le absence of Coroner llairston
jury was cma);ei oci led by Ma istrate
estilioniy of several nieg roes who had
;eena hoth parties iiied iat ely before I
iad after the (iillleuty, tle followi ,;
yerilet wis r'"e red "Tintile FuI 1 i0
caiie to her death by the hands of Mlg
ge ildgenis with a deadly weaponi, a
S(1100 31M A TT ERS lISCUSSEID.
Small Atteildance at 31ceting Held Frl
dIay to Act 1pon School 31aktters.
The mleeting of property owners held
in the cour't house Friday for the pur.
lose of acting 1ponl business connect
el with the city schools, was very
I glitly at tenideol, not over a dozen he
Ing present. 'Tlie iieetiig was presid
(I over' by Ml.. 0. 1B. Simmolls, chair
imiani of the lboarti of trustees, and Nir.
f. i. opei' acted as secretary.
Mr. Roper read a repiort as to ii
lallces and progress of tle school dur
ing the past year. The report. showed
that a successful year's work had beeni
donie. The rc'eipts from all souri'ces
wer'c $12,388.08 nd the total expendil
Lu res were $12,321.98, showing a hal
aice of $113.10. rr'he report. showed
that consliderable repai's, inl the way 0f
palntling of woodwork and root, Ilad
The question of fenicing In the
school property for protection from
vanidalisim and fromiii roaililig cows was
brouight i for considerat ion and tile
sense of the meetlng was that, this
tioui11li e idone.
T'o miiiet thle explenises of thle comlingi
yeari, wichl ar'e expectedl to lbe slight
lv tuotlie than th le pat year. it was;
1.I11. imaini~ig the total levy' 1 1-2 mills,
I a '., ' in.ailies tha breV at
- o t t e, (' .- iithau e o bl trs r7l
\\ preiiitnsare forI i wo('iiii iie
bc'ii tl theall (dpel d (tooi aWio
t i iu o ofemale . 7I org a ih. (i
~'ii'a o~h e by all i. t'ill:3 . ti
C i oii 0one1. e 'i'i .\uaIrui i ih,
\* ord li oa to ann oncmen iiiiah
I-vcrty butysi aor om the Meuty ide
iart e it o t' ucation a a int ''i
ii.rence oforli thle iC lUon i meeting wI
hiibei'l ide of .\hich will umie thei
auliisIpet f theLuenc County lirusi'
fo the oaioniad (ae IulCngrsman I e
v il (l.iver, lsat .drllvt ural mostnelI
h Matr. W.v W.nei LIng extate Suerito t
idnt soni eduction.l to.c Mwiaringe
ond aiculture and Ale evMe fomrl if'h
1-ct lrbunow. (1di5 taheor e l thodla
FromVCii the (!l'lis of piaer hintm
, he pn of the epl'et oftemeig til
st eentrall ideatof wher iles ofe ei
o. tIon lyel1tweenthei so the faril.
mt the' he and mteg chuh 1101( atv
wilol dubtless dilliverhis mosty tiflr
Oectre "The fllsg tos of gnseofrance
Dln4. SweaInri PtuInen is exete lnto ila
daTwethe pcturche [o and ool
MISS RUSSE, IN "Wi LDFIRE."
e World Fili Corporation Presents
Millian Itussell in the Great Itace
Traek Photo Play, "Wildire."
Next Monday, The World Film Cor
ration presents the live part photo
ny "Wildfire," with Lillian Russell
the lead at the Idle Hour Theatre.
ic story of the play, which was pro
Iced with great success In 1007, re
tes how Bob Barrington conducts a
eing stable on Long Island without
e knowledge of his daughters, Hlen
tta and Myrtle. Barrington Is
aveling in the West and meets John
vefe, a gambler. 'lhey play cards
one and Keefe kills Barrington and
eals tile ,bill of sale to hIs racing
able, leaving a sheet of the inventory
1 the floor together with a Curious
Parette holder, taking all the papers
the dead man. There is an inquiry
to the cause of the death conducted
.John Gai'rison, the young sheriff.
he verdiet is suicide, tihe body being
nidentifled. Gorman, a pal of Keefe's
the only person who knows the
IKeere goes iEast and claims the
tables but. Matt Donovani, the trainer,
uspIiect 3 foul play. Keefe changes
is nane to Duffy and becomes infat
ated with lienrietta. .Jolin Garrisoll
Iso goes l'ast and sees Ilen rietta and
hikls he recogiizes in her a striking 1
e'seimiblance to (th picture found in
he watcli of the (lead man. Keefe
11d (arrison ileet at. lie bone of
lenrietta. Kecefe denies his identity
ini Garrison Incidentally shows Iimn
hc Curious eiga relie holder and Keefe
et rays hilinself'. Garrison sends West.
'or the watch and h(be i !ssing sheet of
lhe lill of sale. lie starts with the
'Vaiclh for the home of 11enrietta and
oses file watch en ioui te. It is foun (d
: a street beggar and pawned. lIlen
rietta happens to be passing the pawn
shop and Is attracted by an artile In
the window. le enters and finds her
rather's watch and so the story goes
to a striking climax.
And whilst "Wildfire" is a strong
racing play, illustrating the success
of a good horse in circiumstances of
dilliculty, it is also a drama of strcong
heart interest, exaltatlve of virtue, de
precatory of vice: and pointinig tile
eternal moral that it pay, to be good.
lin Iiis great fIlm- play. Miss Russell
estabislies lelrself as tile ScIe star,
palr excellence, of the world.
This is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will Jreak any case, and
if taken then dA a tonae the Fever will not
return. It a ts on the liver better thin
Calornel and oes t gripe or sicken. 25c
To Drive Out M laria
A 4' Build Up The System
Take the 01 Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Q.uinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
'he Qufnine drives out malaria, the
Iron builds up the system. 50 ceits
Wil,1iS 1H. ('ilEN l)EA.1.
ihly1 egaided (Itiien of thle Gray
( ourt-On in.: (ommunity Bled Sat
Wi ll,1.Ih e ,a v :: 6 : -
ing u'comnut:-ity died a' his hoeine Sat -
niay tne :n ihii a b~ 11iiiwo
ni ,: en Ihi i ath l
rt in its co it iiiii'death is L
I red a il a, lo: to h.; euninunl.
.lr. Cheuck l: uiti\vedl by his wif'
he wa .\iss: Hid!dle, and ii miOgh
i , follows-: .\rs. W\. TI. Owving
irs Luether W\illis, oif .\ittsta: \Mn
Cr ford1, < ien:1 Pth and Iw
unmridi( daughu-rs wiho 1\n at th.
Serv ices ii ap1I'(lii chnli.
Irev. W. l'. Crio: ke--. a ret urned( i:
sionary from Chuina, will preach In Il
Firt H >tstchurch nmext Sund(ay,
.t Iot moin~lug and eveninug services.
Short Sesslin oft (nurt.
A short. sessIon of court was he
k M\onday morning for thle bearing
iseveral ecritty eases In which a settl
e-l nnt'as dogssired. Tlhe sessIon wv
l- residled over by special .1 udge Win.
Greene, of Abbeville, appllotinted by (h
M-einning to stupply the plaec of Jud1(
fM. L. Smith, wvho is sick.
Ileadache and1 Ner'ouisness 'utred
"Chamberlain's Tablets are entIti
to all the pise5 I e e gIve thier
wrItes \irs. llichard .p, Spenceric
N. Y. 'i'hey have e p me of bet
Lzo ache andl ner'vouisness Itd reCstor'ed
to my normal heal th." 1Im rmitle by
Be Good to Y
Protect them wi
They are mad
Mahogany and rinii
latest and most popi
any wall space you
unfilled, they are th
We are showin
of these goods in Gi
English Oak and
would be glad to sA
complete and cheal
S. M. & E. H.
A atuni'rb Tollegxe of Refistet1
-111 3 Christian Inifif
(I Home-like Su
eCollege of L
anywal sAncea yo
We are showis
- ofthes tgo ds.
Enls Oaki anrud
woul beglf to stor
complt and chajr
th s -ame-lk Sre
fu~Jlec a tt enn
w~le gve o
t ' Inerv.or
The Bst o ESeything A
J.C Sll& C.
T' he Corner Groce
llard work, tover exe tion ma
e tfsremsls goon's Lme
in vrhle S1R C or S on
" en, wres on ~e grtefl in
S op r uff ering n rhesrn ais
1( he Coner Gut rd. le ru i
I 2idei t a bo ld attle ty Petato
woithout rubing.ear, l1~mgc
th a "Gunn"
e in Oak and
shed in all the
are madc to fit
eave no wish
e embodiment of
g a complete line
olden Oak, Early
Low you just how
a they are.
VILKES & CO.
'E FOR WOMEN
iberal Arts and
t, ~pression and
and Iuforain ion1
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